d'Ambrosio wins Morocco E-Prix while BMW...
Sam Bird took the pole but in the end it was the day of d'Ambrosio. The Belgian racer secured his third career win (his first this season) at the wheel of his Mahindra, ahead of two Virgin-Audi men, Frijns and Bird himself.
BMW weird take on team orders (or lack thereof)
What else happened today? Well, BMW in a bit of the shambles when teammates Antonio Felix da Costa and Alexander Sims collided for no obvious reason, and while the latter driver still managed to secure a fourth place, the former (Da Costa had won the first E-Prix in Saudi Arabia, btw) had to retire.
Another bad day to be a legend
Yet another bad day for Felipe Massa. The former F1 star finished 18th (stone dead last if you don't count retired drivers) after experiencing yet more issues with his car.
d'Ambrosio has odd stats
Good ol' Jerome has three wins to its name in his Formula E career but this was, de facto, his first on-the-road victory, because his previous two wins came after post-race penalties for di Grassi. He now leads the title standings with 40 points (12 points clear of Da Costa)